TeamM8 Has Launched A New Sportswear Range
Since 2007 and now from its Sydney store, the teamm8 menswear label has been one to watch. Sure, it’s geared toward the body-conscious, good-lookers of the world and now comes complete with underwear, swimwear and now activewear thanks to its new range.
The new sportswear collection, called ‘T8 activewear’, is launched after increasing demand for teamm8 activewear garments, which were selling quicker than any other range.
The new range comprises a variety of monochrome classic styles all created with premium quality fabrics. From shorts, to tanks and sweatpants, teamm8 has a range of products suitable for every man. The collection is stylish without being flamboyant – despite its legions of loyal gay male following – perfect for those men looking for a subtle yet sophisticated fashion statement in their activewear.
The ACTIV8 Sports Brief. Our Hybrid Underwear/Swimwear. It’s a must have ? #teamm8 #activ8 #t8 #foreverydaychampions #menstyle #mensfashion #mensfitness #menshealth #newcollection #mensunderwear #mensswimwear
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’I was inspired by Aussie sporting values of team spirit, determination, strength and masculinity for everyday champions. The look I wanted to create for teamm8 is not only about knowing what men need when working out but ensuring they still look and feel good, whether they are working out, training or just out for the day. With this in mind, it was important for me to think about everyday affordability for men to ensure these premium designed products are accessible to all,’’ added teamm8’s designer, Hilary Stelmaschuk.
Their store on Bourke Street in Surry Hills, Sydney is classic in its style and welcoming in its layout. Worth a visit and a splurge when in need.
See more and shop online at their website.
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